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Puyallup Speaker Spotlights: Reginald Beck, Gluten-Free Baker and Bruce Glenn, Straw Bale Builder

5/25/2011 3:34:35 PM

Tags: Puyallup 2011, speaker spotlight, green homes, real food, Erica Binns

 Get to know Reginald Beck of Fearless Bread and Bruce Glenn of Straw Bale Homes. 

beckWhat are you going to speak about at the MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIR? 

Successful gluten-free baking.

What are you most looking forward to sharing with FAIR attendees? 

True techniques and misconceptions about gluten free baking.

Tell us about your background with your particular topic. 

I teach gluten free baking at PCC Natural Markets, Marlenes Market-Deli, Sizzleworks Cooking School, and Federal Way Naturopathy Clinic.

Why should fairgoers attend your presentation? 

You will learn to once again enjoy pie crust tasting and how to make a beautiful presentation.

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What are you going to speak about at the MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIR? 

Passive solar heating design, straw bale construction and greening your not-so-green home. 

Bruce GlennWhat are you most looking forward to at the FAIR? 

Sharing my lifelong passion teaching, designing passive solar & natural built (straw bale and light clay) homes and environments. Yahoo!

What advice do you have for attendees? 

Prepare for snow (layer up) - it's the Northwest in the spring time.

If you were stranded on a deserted island and could have only one thing, what would you choose? 

A solar desalination system for fresh water.

Thank you both. We'll see you at the FAIR! 

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Kyle Kleparek
6/2/2011 12:08:57 AM
In response to layering up for snow, the weather is scheduled to be sunny and warm, around 70 degrees, for the fair in Puyallup. I'm looking forward to it.







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